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Société de restauration collective: Compass Group France. Leader mondial de la restauration collective, de la restauration en entreprise et administrations, de la restauration scolaire en établissements d\'enseignement et collectivités territoriales, de la restauration commerciale et les services associés en milieu hospitalier, de la restauration des hôpitaux, des résidences pour personnes âgées et des établissements pour personnes handicapées. Eurest, Medirest, Mediance, Scolarest: les sociétés de restauration collective du groupe.

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    ACHATS DURABLES | Compass Group France renforce son engagement
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  • CONCOURS CULINAIRE
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    CONCOURS CULINAIRE | Compass Group France met à l'honneur la créativité de ses Chefs
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  • LA PAUSE GOURMANDE
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    LA PAUSE GOURMANDE | Une solution innovante pour répondre aux besoins des patients
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  • CUISINE & PRESTIGE
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    CUISINE & PRESTIGE | Proposer aux élèves un repas co-signé par un Chef de renom

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  • CGF renforce son engagement pour des achats durables

    Gaétan de L'Hermite a signé un partenariat sur « La Nouvelle Agriculture ® » avec Terrena

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    Responsable qualité et nutrition Eurest

    Sur les traces de Mélanie Vialetay – Responsable Qualité & Nutrition, en charge des grands comptes Eurest – découvrez ce métier si particulier.

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    Toques d'Or : concours de talents !

    Résultats du concours culinaire "Les Toques d'Or" sous la présidence de Yannick Alléno, Chef multi-étoilés du Pavillon Ledoyen

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    Que signifie être alternant chez Compass Group France ?

    Entre théorie et pratique, Félix Rébeillard, dévoile les coulisses de son apprentissage en tant qu'adjoint Chef de secteur.

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  • Compass Group France engagé et mobilisé avec Bleu-Blanc-Cœur

    Grande campagne de sensibilisation sur les produits BBC dans nos restaurants.

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    Immersion dans le quotidien d'un Directeur de site

    Découvrez le quotidien d'un Directeur de site chez Eurest, marque spécialisée de Compass Group France.

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    Compass Group France : administrateur de l'association Bleu-Blanc-Cœur

    Engagé en faveur d'une alimentation plus saine et plus responsable !

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    « Des projets transverses pour une vision du métier plus élargie »

    Retours d'expérience du Gérant Michel Bouvet, qui a participé au projet de mise en œuvre d'un nouveau concept de restauration « Délices du Soir »

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  • Faites comme Eric Martin : passez de la restauration traditionnelle à la restauration collective !

    Place au bilan de 17 années d'expérience chez Compass Group France.

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    Partage d'expérience avec Eric Genin, Chef de projet "Euro 2016"

    Chez Eurest Sports & Loisirs, nos équipes vivent l'Euro en direct du Stade de France !

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    « La promotion interne chez Compass Group France, c'est une réalité » Atif Boutouil, Gérant

    Lumière sur le parcours d'Atif Boutouil, Plongeur devenu Gérant d'un établissement

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    Frédéric Bourdeau, DRH de Compass Group France

    Interview

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Eurest
Restauration et services en entreprises et administrations. visitez
Medirest
Restauration et services du mieux-être en santé, seniors et médico-social. visitez
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Mediance
Restauration commerciale et services associés en milieu hospitalier. visitez

Compass Group France est l'un des leaders de la restauration collective et de services en France.

Spécialiste de la restauration de collectivités depuis plus de 40 ans, Compass Group France imagine et déploie des solutions en phase avec les attentes de ses clients et de leurs consommateurs.
Notre capacité d’innovation, notre exigence et le professionnalisme de nos collaborateurs sont au service de nos clients pour s'inscrire dans un partenariat constructif et évolutif.

Compass Group France exerce ses activités dans les secteurs publics et privés au travers de 4 marques spécialisées :

  • En entreprises et administrations avec la marque Eurest
  • En établissements de santé, seniors et médico-sociaux avec Medirest
  • En cafeteria en milieu hospitalier sous l'enseigne Mediance
  • Dans le secteur de l'enseignement avec Scolarest

  


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  1. Upper Texas Gulf Coast, USA

    NASA Image and Video Library

    1989-05-08

    STS030-152-066 (4-8 May 1989) --- The upper Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast area was clearly represented in this large format frame photographed by the astronaut crew of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis. The area covered stretches almost 300 miles from Aransas Pass, Texas to Cameron, Louisiana. The sharp detail of both the natural and cultural features noted throughout the scene is especially evident in the Houston area, where highways, major streets, airport runways and even some neighborhood lanes are easily seen. Other major areas seen are Austin, San Antonio and the Golden Triangle. An Aero Linhof camera was used to expose the frame.

  2. Upper Extremity Length Equalization

    PubMed Central

    DeCoster, Thomas A.; Ritterbusch, John; Crawford, Mark

    1992-01-01

    Significant upper extremity length inequality is uncommon but can cause major functional problems. The ability to position and use the hand may be impaired by shortness of any of the long bones of the upper extremity. In many respects upper and lower extremity length problems are similar. They most commonly occur after injury to a growing bone and the treatment modalities utilized in the lower extremity may be applied to the upper extremity. These treatment options include epiphysiodesis, shortening osteotomy, angulatory correction osteotomy and lengthening. This report reviews the literature relative to upper extremity length inequality and equalization and presents an algorithm for evaluation and planning appropriate treatment for patients with this condition. This algorithm is illustrated by two clinical cases of posttraumatic shortness of the radius which were effectively treated. ImagesFigure 1Figure 2Figure 3

  3. Age constraints on the dispersal of dinosaurs in the Late Triassic from magnetochronology of the Los Colorados Formation (Argentina).

    PubMed

    Kent, Dennis V; Santi Malnis, Paula; Colombi, Carina E; Alcober, Oscar A; Martínez, Ricardo N

    2014-06-03

    A measured magnetozone sequence defined by 24 sampling sites with normal polarity and 28 sites with reverse polarity characteristic magnetizations was established for the heretofore poorly age-constrained Los Colorados Formation and its dinosaur-bearing vertebrate fauna in the Ischigualasto-Villa Union continental rift basin of Argentina. The polarity pattern in this ∼600-m-thick red-bed section can be correlated to Chrons E7r to E15n of the Newark astrochronological polarity time scale. This represents a time interval from 227 to 213 Ma, indicating that the Los Colorados Formation is predominantly Norian in age, ending more than 11 My before the onset of the Jurassic. The magnetochronology confirms that the underlying Ischigualasto Formation and its vertebrate assemblages including some of the earliest known dinosaurs are of Carnian age. The oldest dated occurrences of vertebrate assemblages with dinosaurs in North America (Chinle Formation) are younger (Norian), and thus the rise of dinosaurs was diachronous across the Americas. Paleogeography of the Ischigualasto and Los Colorados Formations indicates prolonged residence in the austral temperate humid belt where a provincial vertebrate fauna with early dinosaurs may have incubated. Faunal dispersal across the Pangean supercontinent in the development of more cosmopolitan vertebrate assemblages later in the Norian may have been in response to reduced contrasts between climate zones and lowered barriers resulting from decreasing atmospheric pCO2 levels.

  4. Age constraints on the dispersal of dinosaurs in the Late Triassic from magnetochronology of the Los Colorados Formation (Argentina)

    PubMed Central

    Kent, Dennis V.; Santi Malnis, Paula; Colombi, Carina E.; Alcober, Oscar A.; Martínez, Ricardo N.

    2014-01-01

    A measured magnetozone sequence defined by 24 sampling sites with normal polarity and 28 sites with reverse polarity characteristic magnetizations was established for the heretofore poorly age-constrained Los Colorados Formation and its dinosaur-bearing vertebrate fauna in the Ischigualasto–Villa Union continental rift basin of Argentina. The polarity pattern in this ∼600-m-thick red-bed section can be correlated to Chrons E7r to E15n of the Newark astrochronological polarity time scale. This represents a time interval from 227 to 213 Ma, indicating that the Los Colorados Formation is predominantly Norian in age, ending more than 11 My before the onset of the Jurassic. The magnetochronology confirms that the underlying Ischigualasto Formation and its vertebrate assemblages including some of the earliest known dinosaurs are of Carnian age. The oldest dated occurrences of vertebrate assemblages with dinosaurs in North America (Chinle Formation) are younger (Norian), and thus the rise of dinosaurs was diachronous across the Americas. Paleogeography of the Ischigualasto and Los Colorados Formations indicates prolonged residence in the austral temperate humid belt where a provincial vertebrate fauna with early dinosaurs may have incubated. Faunal dispersal across the Pangean supercontinent in the development of more cosmopolitan vertebrate assemblages later in the Norian may have been in response to reduced contrasts between climate zones and lowered barriers resulting from decreasing atmospheric pCO2 levels. PMID:24843149

  5. Interpretation of single-well push-pull spikings conducted in deep crystalline formations (Soultz-s.-F. in the Upper Rhine Graben, and KTB-VB at the German site of ICDP)

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Ghergut, J.; Sauter, M.; Behrens, H.; (Steffen) Fischer, S.; (Steffi) Fischer, S.; Licha, T.; Nottebohm, M.

    2009-04-01

    Two somewhat contrasting model approaches are presented, both aimed at interpreting long-term return signals from tracer push-pull tests conducted at single wells penetrating increased-permeability features in crystalline rock, about 4 km deep. The general idea is that single-well tracer push-pull tests, owing to the flow-field reversal, should provide privileged access to advection-independent parameters of solute transport, like the density of fluid-rock contact surface areas (Sauter et al., 2002). The latter is equivalent to the heat exchange area for a liquid-based geothermal system. At the geothermal site of Soultz-sous-Forêts in the Upper Rhine Graben, the French BRGM, in cooperation with EGI Utah and other partners, conducted a comprehensive tracer testing programme, whose results were presented in detail by Sanjuan et al. (2004, 2006), Rose et al. (2006). Of these results, we pick the tracer return signals detected during post-stimulation backflow periods at borehole GPK-2 between 2000 and 2002 (as published by Sanjuan et al., 2004) and attempt to interpret them in terms of a single-well injection-withdrawal sequence. Two chemically dissimilar organic tracers have been used by BRGM; however the difference between their return signals seems not significant enough to allow quantifying fluid-rock contact surfaces from this difference alone (additional / a priori information on coefficients of solute exchange across these surfaces would be required). Instead, the tracer return signals enable characterizing the nature of solute exchange processes within the spiked volume of the assumed fractured-porous formation (highly altered crystalline rock). At least one rapid-exchange (E-7 / d), slightly dispersive (Pe~12) component and one moderate-exchange (2E-8 / d), less dispersive (Pe~20) component appear to act within few hundred metres and, respectively, within at least 1 km radial distance from the borehole. - An alternative component of extremely fast exchange

  6. Upper Animas Mining District

    EPA Pesticide Factsheets

    Web page provides narrative of What's New?, Site Description, Site Risk, Cleanup Progress, Community Involvement, Next Steps, Site Documents, FAQ, Contacts and LInks for the Upper Animas Mining District site in San Juan County, Colorado.

  7. Uranus' Upper Atmosphere

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    1986-01-01

    This computer enhancement of a Voyager 2 image, emphasizes the high-level haze in Uranus' upper atmosphere. Clouds are obscured by the overlying atmosphere.

    JPL manages and controls the Voyager project for NASA's Office of Space Science.

  8. Upper GI Bleeding in Children

    MedlinePlus

    Upper GI Bleeding in Children What is upper GI Bleeding? Irritation and ulcers of the lining of the esophagus, stomach or duodenum can result in upper GI bleeding. When this occurs the child may vomit ...

  9. Upper GI Bleeding in Children

    MedlinePlus

    Upper GI Bleeding in Children What is upper GI Bleeding? Irritation and ulcers of the lining of the esophagus, stomach or duodenum can result in upper GI bleeding. When this occurs the child may vomit ...

  10. The Triassic section north of Currie, Elko County, Nevada

    SciTech Connect

    Lucas, S.G.; Goodspeed, T.H. )

    1993-04-01

    More than 600 m of Triassic strata are exposed just N of Currie, Nevada in secs. 8--9 T29N, R64E. The Thaynes Formation is 468 m of limestone, calcareous shale and siltstone that rest disconformably on the Permian Gerster Formation. A 7.7-m-thick interval of ammonite packstones is 8.8 m above the base of the Thaynes in the NW1/4NW1/SW1/4 sec. 8. Ammonites from these packstones indicate the Tardus Zone of late Smithian age. The Shinarump Formation of the Chinle Group (Upper Triassic) disconformably overlies the Thaynes Formation and is 19.4 m of trough-crossbedded, silica-pebble conglomerate and quartzarenite with silicified wood in the SW1/4SW1/4SW1/4 sec. 9. Shinarump crossbeds dip to the N. Chinle Group strata above the Shinarump are 169.2 m thick and consist of reddish brown siltstone, fine sandstone and minor micritic limestone. Ripple laminations and horizontal bedding are the dominant bedforms. These strata are assigned to the Rock Point Formation, the top of which is cut by a fault N of Currie. Upper Triassic nonmarine strata north of Currie are the northwesternmost outcrops of the Chinle Group. Rock Point strata here are tidal flat facies that indicate proximity of the Late Triassic shoreline in northeastern Nevada. However, it is likely that the Chinle Group strata N of Currie are allochthonous, having been originally deposited to the E in what is now Utah.

  11. Lower Jurassic unconformity (J-O) from the Colorado Plateau to the eastern Mojave Desert: evidence of a major tectonic event at the close of the Triassic

    SciTech Connect

    Marzolf, J.E. )

    1991-04-01

    From southern Nevada to the eastern Mojave Desert, the Lower Jurassic basal unconformity (J-0) cuts down section from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation to deformed Paleozoic carbonate rocks. The Chinle Formation is not present southwest of the central Spring Mountians. Stratigraphic relations suggest correlation of J-0 with unconformities in western Arizona and the Inyo Mountains. Close proximity of J-0 in time and space to (1) first appearance of western-derived volcanic clasts in lower Mesozoic cratonal stratigraphy, (2) early Mesozoic thrust faults, and (3) the J-1 cusp in the apparent polar wander path imply a major change in tetonic setting of the southwestern Cordillera at the Triassic/Jurassic boundary.

  12. Geologic controls on transgressive-regressive cycles in the upper Pictured Cliffs sandstone and coal geometry in the lower Fruitland Formation, Northern San Juan Basin, New Mexico and Colorado

    SciTech Connect

    Ambrose, W.A.; Ayers, W.B.

    2007-08-15

    Three upper Pictured Cliffs Sandstone tongues in the northern part of the San Juan Basin record high-frequency transgressive episodes during the Late Cretaceous and are inferred to have been caused by eustatic sea level rise coincident with differential subsidence. Outcrop and subsurface studies show that each tongue is an amalgamated barrier strand-plain unit up to 100 ft (30 m) thick. Upper Pictured Cliffs barrier strand-plain sandstones underlie and bound thickest Fruitland coal seams on the seaward side. Controls on Fruitland coal-seam thickness and continuity are a function of local facies distribution in a coastal-plain setting, shoreline positions related to transgressive-regressive cycles, and basin subsidence. During periods of relative sea level rise, the Pictured Cliffs shoreline was temporarily stabilized, allowing thick, coastal-plain peats to accumulate. Although some coal seams in the lower Fruitland tongue override abandoned Pictured Cliffs shoreline deposits, many pinch out against them. Differences in the degree of continuity of these coal seams relative to coeval shoreline sandstones are attributed to either differential subsidence in the northern part of the basin, multiple episodes of sea level rise, local variations in accommodation and progradation, stabilization of the shoreline by aggrading peat deposits, or a combination of these factors. Fruitland coalbed methane resources and productivity are partly controlled by coal-seam thickness; other important factors include thermal maturity, fracturing, and overpressuring. The dominant production trend occurs in the northern part of the basin and is oriented northwestward, coinciding with the greatest Fruitland net coal thickness.

  13. Upper Eyelid Reconstruction.

    PubMed

    Espinoza, Gabriela Mabel; Prost, Angela Michelle

    2016-05-01

    Reconstruction of the upper eyelid is complicated because the eyelid must retain mobility, flexibility, function, and a suitable mucosal surface over the delicate cornea. Defects of the upper eyelid may be due to congenital defects or traumatic injury or follow oncologic resection. This article focuses on reconstruction due to loss of tissue. Multiple surgeries may be needed to reach the desired results, addressing loss of tissue and then loss of function. Each defect is unique and the laxity and availability of surrounding tissue vary. Knowing the most common techniques for repair assists surgeons in the multifaceted planning that takes place.

  14. Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Cancer | Division of Cancer Prevention

    Cancer.gov

    [[{"fid":"180","view_mode":"default","fields":{"format":"default","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Cancer Research Group Homepage Logo","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Cancer Research Group Homepage Logo","field_folder[und]":"15"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Cancer Research Group Homepage Logo","title":"Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Cancer Research Group Homepage Logo","heigh | Conducts and supports research on the prevention and early detection of lung and head and neck cancers.

  15. Pattern Formation

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Hoyle, Rebecca

    2006-03-01

    From the stripes of a zebra and the spots on a leopard's back to the ripples on a sandy beach or desert dune, regular patterns arise everywhere in nature. The appearance and evolution of these phenomena has been a focus of recent research activity across several disciplines. This book provides an introduction to the range of mathematical theory and methods used to analyse and explain these often intricate and beautiful patterns. Bringing together several different approaches, from group theoretic methods to envelope equations and theory of patterns in large-aspect ratio-systems, the book also provides insight behind the selection of one pattern over another. Suitable as an upper-undergraduate textbook for mathematics students or as a fascinating, engaging, and fully illustrated resource for readers in physics and biology, Rebecca Hoyle's book, using a non-partisan approach, unifies a range of techniques used by active researchers in this growing field. Accessible description of the mathematical theory behind fascinating pattern formation in areas such as biology, physics and materials science Collects recent research for the first time in an upper level textbook Features a number of exercises - with solutions online - and worked examples

  16. STS upper stage operations

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Kitchens, M. D.; Schnyer, A. D.

    1977-01-01

    Several design/development and operational approaches for STS upper stages are being pursued to realize maximum operational and economic benefits upon the introduction of the STS in the 1980s. The paper focuses special attention on safety operations, launch site operations and on-orbit operations.

  17. STS upper stage operations

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Kitchens, M. D.; Schnyer, A. D.

    1977-01-01

    Several design/development and operational approaches for STS upper stages are being pursued to realize maximum operational and economic benefits upon the introduction of the STS in the 1980s. The paper focuses special attention on safety operations, launch site operations and on-orbit operations.

  18. Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Series

    MedlinePlus

    ... abdomen or ask you to change position several times to evenly coat your upper GI tract with the barium. If you are having a double-contrast study, you will swallow gas-forming crystals that mix with the barium coating your stomach. ...

  19. Arctic Upper Ocean Studies

    DTIC Science & Technology

    2001-09-30

    freezing, because a relatively strong positive thermal gradient exists across the thin ice layer separating the fresh meltwater (at 0 °C) from seawater...the ice/upper ocean system in the marginal ice zone of the Greenland Sea. J. Geophys. Res., 92, 7017-7031. PUBLICATIONS McPhee, M. G., 2001

  20. Upper Grades Ideas.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Classroom Computer Learning, 1985

    1985-01-01

    Describes computer-oriented teaching activities for the upper grades. They focus on the use of databases in history classes, checking taxes, examining aspects of the joystick button on Atari microcomputers, printing control using Logo, and a Logo program that draws whirling squares. All activities can be adapted for lower grades. (JN)

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